The COVID-19 Impact

The COVID-19 pandemic brought a huge impact to all Canadians’ way of living.


Employment remains far below pre-COVID levels for both low-wage workers and youth in August, the job market will need a long time to recover.

Cost of living

The cost of living remains relatively the same while income has decreased for most people.

The financial burden is heavier for those with chronic health conditions that require ongoing monitoring.

Mental Health

The pandemic is also taking a toll on the mental health of Canadians. Loneliness and anxiety are on the rise since the beginning of the pandemic.

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To control the spread of COVID-19, the Canadian government encourages virtual services to reduce the risk of unnecessary exposure in health care settings.

Is this "new normal" expected to continue in the future?

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It is expected that a second wave will hit Canada shortly, and  the majority of Canadians support closing of businesses if COVID-19 cases spike again. The economy is unlikely to recover in the near future if our way of living remains status quo.

This situation calls for a solution that is:

  • affordable
  • accessible
  • person-centered

which takes care of people

  • physically &
  • mentally

a professional health management tool

that will address not only the limitations during COVID-19,
but also the persistent unaddressed  accessibility problem in Canada's remote and rural areas.

the future of healthcare

Digital transformation is not a simple task, it requires a high level of coordination and agility within an organization for the change to happen. Is the effort worth it in the long term?

the appetite

the appetiteHey Doc, Google said I have brain cancer because my head hurts. Could we do an MRI?

With a huge amount of readily available information online, patients nowadays often research their symptoms before going to a medical professional.

This is characterized as  “consumeristic behaviour”
and is becoming the center of the health model.

Patients have shown high willingness to share health data, high satisfaction of virtual visits, and are engaging more in the diagnosis process.

This trend means that health care providers who are able to satisfy modern patients’ preference for engagement will triumph in the future. Digital coaching, privatized health information, telehealth, artificial intelligence, and crisis detection and response are identified as & opportunities to complement patient marketing and patient services capabilities.

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The data-driven, person-centred approach enables effective patient engagement in the treatment process, enhancing the quality of care.

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What neurofit offers

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The future is now

To prepare for the digital transformation in the healthcare industry, we need to reimagine our ways of doing things.  Wonder where Neurofit fits in your plan? Fill out our inquiry form  and we will design your digital health plan together.

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